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... Over a thousand stalls selling everything from fruits to vegetables to honey to nuts and pink striped green beans!!! Incredible. I have never seen such magnificent tomatoes. And dont talk about the fresh cherries. we came back laden for supper to night. Dont ask me what we are going to do with the leftovers???? Padkos for tomorrow's trip down to Kas and Olympos????
Yesterday we spent the day at beautiful Oludeniz. Ah, and what a gorgeous little place ...
After an early morning wake up call at 6.25am. We got up had breakfast and were on the bus at 7.30am. We had a very long drive to Fethiye, 7 hours not including stops. The route wasn't too bad as we were driving along the coast, and saw some beautiful lakes. We stopped a couple of times, for restroom breaks every few hours. The first break was a little town where I got to experience a bazaar, basically an open market of stalls of cheap stuff. I missed seeing the grand bazaar in Istanbul so ...
... bus getting ready to go. We started running and sent Noah to tell the driver to wait for us. The minibus was completely full of people so we squeezed inside. Some nice girl let me have her chair while Noah and Arabelle had to go standing up. They were not happy about it and complained the whole way. I thought that this was the first time they traveled standing up and were squashed by a lot of people that don't even notice there are kids down there. We arrived ...
... Lady" coming at us from a small dingy. Sure enough it was a water-bourne pancake shop, serving all varieties of Turkish pancakes, both savoury and sweet. Alex & I shared a chocolate banana one while the others watched & drooled. The island is believed to be the birth place of St. Nicholas, a 4th century Byzantine monk, better known to most of us as Santa Claus. The ruins of the monastic island include 5 churches, numerous tombs ...
... in my previous entry, but I
must reiterate.) OMG! I thought I would explode; that first 4 hours
of transit between Istanbul and Goreme was SO incredibly difficult
and uncomfortable! I tried to sleep it off at first, which worked for
all of about an hour or so. I squirmed and danced in my seat for the
next 2 hours... Loosened the waist of my pants in the 3rd
hour... I was in some serious pain. I couldn't take any more by the
4th hour. ...